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LeMond Composites is the world’s newest carbon fiber manufacturing company that will revolutionize the lightweight composites industry throughout the world and it’s happening now.

News

  • LeMond Composites partners with the Yale School of Architecture to develop new robotic applications for Carbon Fiber construction.
  • Deakin Press Release
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Carbon Fiber

A material consisting of thin, strong crystalline filaments of carbon, used as a strengthening material, especially in resins and ceramics. Approximately 90% of carbon fibers produced are made from polyacrylonitrile (PAN). The remaining 10% are made from rayon or petroleum pitch. All of these materials are organic polymers, characterized by long strings of molecules bound together by carbon atoms.

Why Carbon Fiber

  • Carbon fiber parts typically weigh less than one-fourth as much as an equivalent steel part
  • Low Coefficient of Thermal Expansion, allowing it to be used in applications that need high precision through large temperature ranges
  • Fire resistant naturally, and when used with the proper resin can be used as a flame retardant
  • High Fatigue Strength, allowing a much lower loss of strength over the lifecycle of the composite compared to steel or aluminum

Key Advantages:

  • Lower Cost opens doors for industry adoption never before possible
  • Low Coefficient of Thermal Expansion, allowing it to be used in applications that need high precision through large temperature ranges
  • One of the most corrosion-resistant materials available, when coupled with the proper resins
  • Can be molded and shaped, saving time with construction, assembly, and delivery

Markets

LeMond Composites offers solutions for high volume, low cost carbon fiber. By using cutting-edge technologies, LeMond Composites will make carbon fiber accessible accross multiple markets and industries worldwide.

Our Company

LeMond Composites will offer solutions for high volume, low cost carbon fiber.LeMond holds a license to a patent-pending carbon fiber manufacturing process, licensed to the company by the U.S. Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, operated by UT-Battelle, LLC. In addition, LeMond has finalized a licensing agreement with Deakin University’s Carbon Nexus research lab over an exclusive, worldwide license to a technology portfolio containing both a mechanical manufacturing invention as well as unique processes and precursor materials capable of producing both industrial-grade and aerospace-grade fibers at significantly reduced costs.

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